'ttt tlie end of willed; !i*r took rniss-non of tiitr Gfrajapati's
ianjrtiter LakfiiiTdevauima and retanisd to Vijayauagara
WfiyxHigj's&nrtyjnKi, Bttraii VI, ii. p. 622.
124. K§.7N"ARATA'S CONQCE3T OF WARANGAL.
While king Xisrvadevaraya was ruling at Vijayanagara,
lie, beiii^ desirous of conquest, started on a campaign towards
tiie east aud captured the forts of Kondavidu, Kondapalle,
Inukoiida, Xa^arjuuikoiida and others. Daring this campaign
he also defeated and drove a^Yay the ilussalmana from
Ekasilanagara (Warangal; and brought the territory under his
rale, maintaining the chiefs of the Kakatlya dynasty
according to their status.
Kaifiyat of Aimwakofda, Mac. Mts. 15-4-5, p. 108,
125. KRSNAR^YA'S INVASION OF KALIXGA.
Puru^ottama Gajapati, son of Kapilesvara Grajapati, ruled
over AudUra and Kalinga. His son Pratapartidra ruled, in addi-
tion to his ancestral territory, over the country up to Uclayagiri
in the west, which he left in charge of his deputy, Tiraniala
Kopa(Rauta ?)raya Mahapatra. He posted his son, Virabhadra
Grr!?.pati, Narahari Patra, the son of Kumara Hauivira Patra,
Laksnilpalirajn, son of Srinatharaju, Janyavala Kasuvapatra,
Suprapala Candra Maliapatra, Pusapati Raciraju, Eacuri Yallaya
tuid Uddanda Khan at Kondavldu, with an army sufficient to
defend the fort. Prataparudra Gajapati kept Kalinga directly
tinder his control and supervised the government the entire
kingdom, being seated upon his throne in the city of Katakam.
* * * *
Krsnadeva Maharaya, the lord of the Narapati throne at
the city of Yidyauagara in the western kingdom, having
started (on an expedition of conquest) with his army, reduced
the fort of Udayagiri, and took its commandant, Tiramala
Rautaraya Mahapatra, prisoner. Advancing with his
army, he captured the forts of Vinukog.da, Bellamkonda,
Nlgarjimakojida, Addanki, Ammanabrolu, Tangedti and Kyata-
varam (in quick succession j. At last he laid siege to Kondavldu,